AP PGLCET 2020: Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Ananthapuram, conducts Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate Law Common Entrance Test (AP PGLCET) 2020 in online mode, for admission of candidates in 2 year LLM courses. Candidates who have passed BL / LLB courses with an aggregate of 50% marks can apply for the exam. Scroll down to get more information about syllabus. exam pattern and many more from this page.
AP PGLCET 2020
AP PGLCET 2020 is conducted in English and Telugu language in the districts of Andhra Pradesh. Candidates can check exam date from the table below.
AP PGLCET 2020 Exam Pattern
Exam pattern is designed to give you a brief description about the exam. Candidates can check the AP PGLCET 2020 exam pattern as given below:
Number of Questions: The entrance exam is consist of 120 questions.
Type of Questions: Multiple choice questions will be asked in the exam.
Language of Exam: Exam will be conducted in English and Telugu language.
Medium of Exam: It is a computer based test.
Marking Scheme: One mark will be awarded for each correct anser and no mark will be deducted for incorrect answer.
Candidates can check distribution of questions and marks as below:
|Subjects||Marks per Question||Marks per Section|
|Jurisprudence||One mark||20 marks|
|Constitutional Law||One mark||20 marks|
|Public International Law||One mark||16 marks|
|Mercantile Law||One mark||16 marks|
|Labour law||One mark||16 marks|
|Crimes and Torts||One mark||16 marks|
|IPR & amp||One mark||16 marks|
AP PGLCET Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who are going to apply for the AP PGLCET 2020 must check the eligibility criteria before filling the application form.
Nationality: Candidate should an Indian national to apply for this test.
Residential Status: Candidates must be a resident of Andhra Pradesh and satisfy all the local/ non local requirements as laid down in the educational institutes of Andhra Pradesh
Educational Qualification: Candidates should have a B.L./ L.L.B degree with an aggregate of 50%. Moreover, candidates can check the required marks for different categories as mentioned below:
- 50% marks are required for OC and BC candidates.
- 45% marks are required for SC and ST candidates.
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